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Re: Testing 4.0 Post-Freeze

> On Jul 10, 2018, at 10:18 AM, Jonathan Haddad <jon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I guess I look at the initial voting in of committers as the process
> by which people are trusted to merge things in.  This proposed process
> revokes that trust. If Jonathan Ellis or Dave Brosius (arbitrarily
> picked) wants to merge a new feature into trunk during the freeze, now
> they're not allowed?  That's absurd.  People have already met the bar
> and have been voted in by merit, they should not have their privilege
> revoked.

Is it so bad to leave features in branches for a bit longer while we try to get a stable release out? The proposal is for committers to hold off committing features into trunk while we test and stabilize it. Why don’t we give it a try and see if it works?

If we fail to get consensus, we have failed even without trying something new. What is worse?


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